Samsung Galaxy S5 Active to launch in these European countries

The Galaxy S5 Active was initially launched as an exclusive for US carrier AT&T. We later revealed that it would be making its way to Europe as well, and also published exclusive photos of the European variant. Now, thanks to Samsung’s firmware servers, we have a list of the European markets that will see the Galaxy S5 Active go on sale. These markets include the UK, France, the Netherlands, Italy, and a few others, though it’s possible the device will be exclusive to certain carriers in these countries as well.

Here’s a list of the European countries where the Galaxy S5 Active will be launched, along with their region codes.

  • • TEN, Norway (Telenor)
  • • ATO, Austria
  • • PHN, The Netherlands
  • • LUX, Luxemborg 
  • • BGL, Bulgaria
  • • FTM, France (Orange)
  • • AUT, Switserland
  • • SEB, Baltick
  • • XEO, Polen
  • • MOT, Slovenia
  • • DBT, Germany
  • • XEF, France
  • • ITV, Italy
  • • NEE, Nordic countries
  • • SIO, Slovenia
  • • BTU, United Kingdom
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